Verb: to redo or rework something. To do something differently. To change.
If you don't watch out, I'm gonna rejigger your face.
by Cpt. Weo December 29, 2009
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To rearrange a situation, especially by unethical means.
From the root Rejigger and sometimes an iPhone autocorrect of an infinitely helpful and blatantly handsome namesake.
If he don't stop, that face gonna get some rejiggering.

Are you sure you can't spell any words on WordswithFriends? Try rejiggering those tiles around son.

That ho be rejiggering.
by itsgoingdown22 May 29, 2011
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To rearrange a situation, especially by unethical means.
From the root Rejigger and sometimes an iPhone autocorrect of an infinitely helpful and blatantly handsome namesake.
If he don't stop, that face gonna get some rejiggering.

Are you sure you can't spell any words on WordswithFriends? Try rejiggering those tiles around son.

That ho be rejiggering.
by itsgoingdown22 May 26, 2011
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